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Study Guide: Exam II We covered a LOT of ground in this unit, so here are terms and concepts you will need to know for the exam. Simply put, if it's not here, it won't show up on the test. - RH Ch. 10 Psalm tunes – tune singing, only singing allowed in churches Psalter – a book that held all the psalms. Original by Henry Ainsworth called The book of Psalmes: Englished both in Prose and Metre Bay Psalm Book – Originally called the whole book of psalms faithfully translated into English metre, published in Boston. Reinforces the key dictum of substance over style Revival spiritual - Usual Way – AKA Lining out Lining out – presenter sang or recited each line before it was sung by the congregation Regular Singing – Wanted to teach people how to read music Singing school movement Shape-notes Camp meeting- large chaotic gatherings lasting many days, preaching, praying, shouting, and singing went on day and night. William Billings - New-England Psalm-Singer- first book all by one composer, one of most continuously performed composer Hymns - fuging tunes – begins like a hymn and ends like a round Shakers – self generated tradition of folklike music
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2008 for the course EMUS 2752 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '06 term at Colorado.

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